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Month: August 2019

KWITA IZINA: WHERE HISTORY AND TRADITION MEET TO CELEBRATE CONSERVATION

KWITA IZINA: WHERE HISTORY AND TRADITION MEET TO CELEBRATE CONSERVATION

Kwita Izina is a traditional ceremony organised by Rwandans to celebrate and welcome a newborn in a family. This ceremony offers the opportunity for family members, friends and neighbors to give a name to the new family member. They all meet in the family’s home and each give a name of his/her choice. A child can have even more than 1,000 names in a large family of 1,000 members. But, the child will be known only under the names given…

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Yoshimi NAKAMURA JOINS PARTNERS FOR CONSERVATION AS A VOLUNTEER

Yoshimi NAKAMURA JOINS PARTNERS FOR CONSERVATION AS A VOLUNTEER

It’ with immense joy that Partners For Conservation is announcing the arrival of Yoshimi NAKAMURA. Yoshimi Nakamura, is a senior College Student, who flew from far from http://Sōka University in “the Land of the Rising Sun” to the “Great lakes Region” precisely in Rwanda for a two weeks volunteering opportunity. Upon her arrival, she delivered her first impression in an interview with notrebio.org: On the reason why she preferred Partners For Conservation: First of all, while searching for volunteering destination,…

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Meet Anne Marie Buron

Meet Anne Marie Buron

It is with great pleasure that Partners For Conservation announces the arrival of Anne Marie Buron as a volunteer on our team. This very charismatic American, very committed to ending socio-economic injustice, especially famine and poverty, Anne Marie Buron, also has great experience in the management of non-governmental organizations. Her qualifications in environmental studies and anthropology makes her a multi-disciplinary candidate, that everyone would love to have on board. For a quick reminder, Partners For Conservation is involved in four…

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